Charlotte Karam (2008) – is an Assistant Professor of Management and Organizational Behaviour at the Olayan School of Business, American University of Beirut (Lebanon).
Chantal Thorn (2007) – is the Vice-President of organizational development at a hospital in Kitchener Ontario. She also launched a consulting company dedicated to helping individuals and organizations achieve excellence through interactive workshops and leadership development programs.
Sherry Bergeron (2006) is employed with the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit as a Program Evaluation Specialist and works specifically with the diabetes screening initiative and the National Workplace Wellness Survey.
Michiko Motomura (2006) conducts program evaluations for the Toronto Public Health Unit.
Melanie Gallant (2005) completed her doctorate and for two years worked as an HIV/AIDS Program Evaluation Specialist at Battelle Centers in Seattle, Washington. She is currently enrolled in a nursing program at Cape Breton University.
Lynn Perreault (2005) is a Manager at the Community Planning and Research Centre for the United Way in Windsor-Essex County.
Dorrie Fiissel (2005) is a Research Officer with the Ontario Tobacco Research Unit at the University of Toronto. Her research interests include health psychology with a focus on women's health, health promotion, and youth tobacco prevention.
Michelle Langlois (2004) is an Assistant Professor in the Human Sciences Division at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine in Thunder Bay, Ontario. She is currently Chair of the Social and Population Health stream which runs through all 4 years of the MD program.
Paula Barata (2004) is an Assistant Professor at Guelph University. Her work involves examining the psychological and psychosocial factors that relate to women’s health. She has investigated discrimination against battered women, women’s reactions papilloma viral infection, and cross-cultural participation in research.
Jessica Sartori (2004) is the President of Organization & Leadership Development, Windsor-Essex. She works with for-profit and non-profit organizations in the Windsor area, helping them solve a variety of organizational problems, plan for the future, and achieve organizational and leadership excellence. She is also a Director for Women's Enterprise Skills Training of Windsor.
Jamie Gruman (2002) is an Assistant Professor of organizational behaviour in the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at the University of Guelph.
Shelley Balanko (2002) is a Project Manager in Consumer Insights for The Hartman Group in Bellevue, Washington. The Hartman Group is a market research and consulting firm that specializes in health and wellness. Shelley designs and executes qualitative ethnographic research, manages client relationships, and presents research to clients and at conferences.
Sherry Grace (2001) is an Assistant Professor in the School of Kinesiology & Health Science at York University. In 2005, she received a Career Scientist Award, worth $250,000 over five years, from the Ontario Ministry of Health & Long-Term Care and the Ontario Women’s Health Council to study delays in women’s cardiac rehabilitation.
Gail Matheson (2000) runs a consulting practice (Stratius Consulting) in Edmonton, Alberta; focusing on change management, leadership development, and improving organizational effectiveness.
Renee Cormier (2000) is a Research Associate at the British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health.
Janet Mantler (1999) is an Associate Professor and the Department Head of psychology at Carleton University in Ottawa. Her primary research interests are in Organizational Psychology and Health Psychology.
Helen Ofosu (1999) is a Psychologist in the research and development unit of the Personnel Psychology Centre (PPC) within the Federal Government of Canada. Her work involves the development of instruments to assess management and leadership competencies for all levels of management.
Paul Pilon (1998) works for the Canadian Public Service Commission in Ottawa.
Ted Vokes (1996) is an Organization Development Practitioner with E. M. Vokes and Associates in Windsor. His work involves leadership development, facilitating culture change initiatives, team-building and bridging, strategic planning, alternative dispute resolution, and applied research. He is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the University of Windsor Psychology Department.
Brenda Tomini (1995) is Manager of Human Resources Development at SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceuticals.